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Can I Buy My Parents Life Insurance?

Picture this: You’re sitting down with your parents reviewing their will and other important documents, and you realize they don’t have life insurance.1 For some, this might not be hard to imagine – you may have experienced it already.Life insurance is important for everyone, not just those with families or businesses. That’s because life insurance is for the living and can help protect and provide for...

Pet Trusts: What It Is & Why You Need One

A pet trust is a legal arrangement that allows pet owners to set aside funds for the care and maintenance of their pets in the event of their incapacity or death. Here's a breakdown of what a pet trust entails and why it's essential for pet owners: Ensuring Care for Your Beloved Companion One of the primary purposes of a pet trust is to ensure...

National Car Care Month 2024: A Roundup of Our Best Tips

Erie Insurance is there for your car when it comes to auto insurance, but what about everything else?Your car can take you near and far, but only if you take care of it in return. April is National Car Care Month and it’s your opportunity to show your ride the love that it deserves. Lucky for you, ERIE has tons of helpful posts right here...

A Small Business Owner's Guide to Financial Literacy

Financial literacy is the foundation of sound financial management; for small business owners, it's essential for success. With April being Financial Literacy Month, there's no better time to learn more about the fundamentals of financial literacy that every small business owner should know. Budgeting Basics for Small Businesses Budgeting is crucial for small businesses to manage finances and achieve their profit goals effectively. To effectively...

How Long Does Term Life Insurance Last?

Here’s an obvious statement: day-to-day living costs add up fast. That’s why life insurance is so important. It allows you to protect your loved ones when you’re gone.Think of the impact of losing not only your income but all the other contributions you make to the family.Could they cover the mortgage or monthly bills without you?Do you have enough saved to pay for funeral expenses?What...